Florida PACE Centers Set PACE 2.0 Aim of 1,430 Participants by 2021

March 4, 2019

Florida PACE Centers, Inc., based in Miami, is the first Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE®) organization to set its PACE 2.0 growth aim. PACE 2.0 is a national initiative to increase the number of people served by PACE organizations from approximately 50,000 today to 100,000 by 2021.

The goal of Florida PACE Centers is to serve 1,430 participants by Dec. 31, 2021. The organization, which currently serves 837 participants, estimates that reaching its goal will require an average net monthly enrollment of 19 participants.

“We are very excited about the PACE 2.0 initiative and look forward to bringing the PACE care model to a larger population in South Florida,” said Cliff Bauer, president of Florida PACE Centers and vice president of Government Relations at Miami Jewish Health.

At the end of January, the National PACE Association (NPA) sent a PACE 2.0 Growth Aim Packet to all executive directors of PACE organizations nationwide. The packet included program-specific data and tools. PACE organizations are being asked to use the packet in setting their PACE 2.0 growth aims for Dec. 31, 2021. NPA will compile the aims of each PACE organization to establish a national growth aim and track the results.

For more information about this initiative, visit the PACE 2.0 webpage.

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